Robins boss Michael Duff was full of praise for his side for their performance at League Two promotion winners Lincoln City.
George Lloyd's superb second half header helped Cheltenham earn a point in a 1-1 draw at a packed Sincil Bank, as Duff's men showed their quality against a team who achieved promotion to League One as a result of the draw.
Duff was pleased to see his side come from behind to claim a point, which makes it four unbeaten ahead of the back-to-back fixtures during the Easter period.
"I thought we were excellent today, from minute one," Duff said.
"I think a draw is the least we deserved. I'm disappointed with the goal, and Scott [Flinders] is to be fair to him, but he's been excellent this season. Other than that I don't think they really hurt us. I thought we hurt them in many different ways.
"I thought we were good first half and stepped on again. We looked organised. I thought we moved the ball really well.
"The way they delivered a performance, the quality of football that we played, I was really happy."
See the whole of Duff's post-match press conference above on iFollow.
Next up for Cheltenham is a home encounter with Oldham Athletic on Friday 19 April. Kick-off against the Latics is at 3pm and tickets are available to buy online here.